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Welcome to pregnancy! This is the start of an incredible journey To help you along, we offer info on pregnancy aches and pains, weight gain and nutrition, what's safe during pregnancy and what's not, pregnancy stages, labor and delivery, and more -- plus how to sift through all those baby names to find the perfect one
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- Inside pregnancy: Labor and birth | Video | BabyCenter
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- Birth Defects Disorders - American Pregnancy Association
Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH): Causes, Symptoms and Treatments Intraventricular Hemorrhage or IVH occurs within the first four days of birth and more common in premature baby births
- Pregnancy | Babble
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- Baby movements in pregnancy | Tommy’s
You may feel your baby move as early as 16 weeks of pregnancy, but most women usually feel something between 18 and 24 weeks If this is your first pregnancy, you may not notice your baby’s movements until you are more than 20 weeks pregnant Tommy's has developed a guide to baby movements in partnership with NHS England on baby's movements in pregnancy